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    • Yeah Right
    • 18.10.11 | 08:53 (IST)

    So, in your twisted thinking you now acknowledge an official war situation with Hamas? Well, then there shouldn't be any disupte any longer about the legality of a naval blockade then, should there? I guess Israel should attack the Gaza strip full force then, hmm ...? By the way, if Shalit was a "captured" soldier in your "war", then he would have had some rights granted by the Geneva Conventions such as visits by ICRC and so on. If these are not granted may I assume that the other party is breaching those conventions? May I call this a terror force? It's always the same with you "friends of Palestine" - first you tell the world that Israel is engaged in some sort of illegitimate warfare against Gaza, then you turn it all upside down when it fits your point of view, acting as if there was a recognized war situation in which Hamas acts like a regular army and "captures" soldiers.. None of which is true. Not one of all these claims.

    from the article: How were Palestinian militants able to abduct Gilad Shalit?
    First published 05:05 18.10.11 | Last updated 05:05 18.10.11
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